Single Variable Calculus

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Integration By Parts: Sine of a Square Root

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Evaluate the integral

$$\int \sin(\sqrt{x}) dx$$

A

$ = -\cos \sqrt{x}+C$

B

$ = \sin (\sqrt{x^3}) +C$

C

$ = -2\sqrt{x}\cos \sqrt{x} + \sin \sqrt{x} +C$

D

$ = 2\sqrt{x}\cos \sqrt{x} - \sin \sqrt{x} +C$